Pharos Traveler 127 User Manual

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    Pharos Traveler 127 user manual...

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    Pharos. Pharos provides this publication “as is” without warranty of any kind. This information could include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Pharos may make improvements and/ or changes in the product.

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    This is only the beginning. We are constantly enhancing and improving our user experience. For the latest information on what we’ve added and how it works, visit us online:

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    Important Precautions Please read the following information carefully before you start using the Pharos Traveler 127 to avoid any damage caused by improper usage: • The device is not charged when you take it out of the box. The battery should be charged for at least 8 hours before first use.

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    • Do not clean the screen with chemical detergents. Only use cloths specifically designed for cleaning liquid-crystal displays. Unplug the product from the wall outlet before cleaning. Do not use liquid cleaners or aerosol cleaners. Use a damp cloth for cleaning, but NEVER use water to clean the LCD screen.

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    Table of Contents Chapter 1 | Overview 1.1 Introduction 1.2 Introduction cont. 1.3 Installing SIM Card, Battery and Micro SD Card 1.4 Battery Information Chapter 2 | Basic Operations 2.1 Getting Started 2.2 Ostia Button 2.3 Today Screen Components 2.4 Start Menu 2.5 Programs, Settings and Icons 2.6 Input Methods Chapter 3 | Synchronizing Information...

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    Chapter 4 | Phone 4.1 Making a call 4.2 Configuring the Phone 4.3 Voice Call In-Call Options 4.4 Video Call In-Call Options Chapter 5 | Contacts & Messaging 5.1 Using Contacts 5.2 Text Messaging 5.3 Multimedia Messaging Service 5.4 E-mail 5.5 Using SIM Manager Chapter 6 | Basic Applications 6.1 Using Calendar...

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    Chapter 8 | Transferring Files to and From the Device 8.1 Using ActiveSync and Windows Mobile Device Center 8.2 Transferring from Memory Cards 8.3 Using Bluetooth Chapter 9 | Other Applications 9.1 Windows Live Messenger 9.2 JETCET PDF5 9.3 Windows Media 9.4 MIDlet Manager 9.5 Phone Profile 9.6 GPS...

  • Page 9: Chapter 1 | Overview

    Chapter 1 | Overview...

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    1.1 Introduction Hardware Overview Volume Up: Press to turn up the volume. Volume Down: Press to turn down the volume. Record *: Press and hold to record a voice note. MicroSD Card Slot. Power Slider: Slide to the left to lock; Slide to the right and hold to power on and off. Slide to the right to turn off the backlight.

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    Speaker. Main Camera Back Cover. * These buttons are configurable. To assign new programs/functions, select Start > Settings > Buttons.

  • Page 12: Introduction, Introduction Cont

    1.2 Introduction cont. What’s in the Box USB Cable AC Charger Battery Stereo Headset...

  • Page 13: Installing Sim Card, Battery And Micro Sd Card

    1.3 Installing SIM Card, Battery and Micro SD Card Installing the SIM Card and Battery If you want to use the telephone features of the device, you must install a valid SIM card. Unlock and remove the battery cover.

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    Place the SIM card with the gold contact facing down. NOTE: When removing the SIM card, pull out the SIM card tray, then remove the SIM card. Reinsert the battery. Push the opposite end of the battery until it snaps into place.

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    Replace the back cover. Press the back cover until it snaps into place. NOTE: The device is supplied with a rechargeable Li-ion polymer battery. This battery is supplied completely discharged and should be charged for at least 8 hours before first use. Please follow the normal turn-off procedure to remove the battery;...

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    Installing a MicroSD Card Use a certified MicroSD card in this slot to expand the device’s storage memory (SDHC supported). To install the MicroSD card, do the following: 1. Unlock and remove the back cover. 2. Remove the media card slot cover. 3.

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    1.4 Battery Information Battery performance depends on many factors, including your wireless service provider’s network configuration, signal strength, the temperature of the environment in which you operate your phone, the features and settings you select and use, items attached to your phone’s connecting ports, and your voice, data, and other program usage patterns.

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    Checking the Battery Power Select Start > Settings > System tab > Power. Optimizing Power Performance Select Start > Settings > System tab > Power > Advanced and then adjust settings. Saving the Battery Power Select Start > Settings > System tab > Power >...

  • Page 19: Chapter 2 | Basic Operations

    Chapter 2 | Basic Operations...

  • Page 20: Ostia Button

    1. Select Start > Settings > System tab > Screen. 2. Select the Align Screen button and follow the on-screen instructions. 2.2 Ostia Button Press this button can launch Ostia. Pharos’ award-winning Ostia Smart Navigator software is a full-featured GPS-ready navigation software for Ostia Button Windows Mobile-based.

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    2.3 Today Screen Components The Today screen is usually the first screen that appears when you turn on the device for the first time each day. It displays a summary of relevant information, shows you the system status and contains a list of shortcuts to programs. The items in the example screen are defined as follows: Date and time.

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    Notification Icons Notification icons appear at the title bar on the screen. The following table lists common status indicators and their meanings. Roaming New e-mail Bluetooth headset detected New Text (SMS) or Multimedia (MMS) message Ringer on New Voicemail message 3G available New notifications 3G in use...

  • Page 23: Getting Started

    2.5 Programs, Settings and Icons Programs Games Two games are installed on the device: Bubble Breaker and Solitaire. ActiveSync Synchronize information between the device and a PC or Exchange Server. Download satellite data over the internet, speed up the time for locating your aGPS current position.

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    A software toolkit that comes with the SIM card. The application name and the Sim Toolkit functionality of this toolkit depends on your SIM card provider. (This program may not be shown if your operator doesn't support related services.) Task Manager Manage currently running programs.

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    Error Reporting Enable or disables the built-in error reporting system. External GPS Lets you define the ports used for GPS configuration. Factory Reset Reset all settings to the manufacturer defaults. Managed Programs List programs that have been installed remotely by your system administrator. Memory Check available device memory and memory card information.

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    2.6 Input Methods The device contains 4 software input methods: Keyboard, Letter Recognizer, Block Recognizer and Transcriber. Keyboard Letter/Block Recognizer Transcriber Keyboard 1. Select the keyboard icon in the center of the bottom menu bar to launch the keyboard. If the keyboard is not the selected input method, select the arrow next to the keyboard icon and select Keyboard.

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    Letter Recognizer Letter Recognizer recognizes one letter, number or symbol at a time. To launch Letter Recognizer, select the input method selector arrow (the • upward arrow next to the input method icon) and select Letter Recognizer. Write uppercase letters in the left recognition area (the ABC box). •...

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    Transcriber Transcriber recognizes handwriting in cursive and/or print. It uses the full screen as its recognition area. It interprets the movement of the stylus on the screen as you write. To launch Transcriber, select the input method selector arrow (the up arrow next to •...

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    Hardware Overview Other than the on-screen keyboard, this device is equipped with a QWERTY keyboard. Please see below for tips of using the QWERTY keypad. (1) Press this key once Press this key to erase the letter to ), the first letter you enter the immediate left of the cursor.

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    Corresponding letters/symbols for each character: à á â ä å æ ã ą ă Ò Ó Ô Õ Ö Ő Ø Œ À Á Â Ä Å Æ Ã Ą Ă þ ¶ Þ ¶ ç ć ĉ © ® Ç...

  • Page 31: Chapter 3 | Synchronizing Information

    Chapter 3 | Synchronizing Information...

  • Page 32: Installing And Setting Up Activesync

    ActiveSync and Windows Mobile Device Center (WMDC) synchronize information on the device with information on your PC or Exchange server. ActiveSync works on computers that have the Windows XP operating systems while WMDC works on computers that have Windows Vista. Specifically, you can use ActiveSync or WMDC to: Synchronize Outlook e-mail, contacts, calendar or tasks on your phone with your PC.

  • Page 33: Synchronizing Information

    3.2 Installing and Setting up WMDC The Windows Vista operating system includes the basic WMDC application partially installed, you can fully install WMDC on your computer from the Getting Started Disc. 1. Follow the instruction on the Windows Mobile™ Getting Started Disc to install WMDC on your PC.

  • Page 34: Changing Settings For An Information Type

    Select the checkbox for the items you want to synchronize. If you cannot select • a checkbox, you might have to clear the checkbox for the same information type elsewhere in the list. Clear the checkbox for any items you want to exclude. •...

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    3.5 Synchronizing with Exchange Server To set up the device to synchronize directly with Exchange Server, you will need to get the name of the server and the server domain name from your service provider or system administrator. You must also know your Exchange user name and password. 1.

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    3.6 Synchronizing via Bluetooth Connecting to a PC Using Bluetooth 1. Your PC must be equipped with a suitable Bluetooth radio. 2. Follow the instructions in ActiveSync Help on the PC for configuring Bluetooth on your PC to support ActiveSync. 3.

  • Page 37: Chapter 4 | Phone

    Chapter 4 | Phone...

  • Page 38: Making A Call

    4.1 Making a call The Phone Screen From the phone screen, you can see dial records and Contacts and choose to make a video or voice call. To access the Phone Screen, do any of the following: Press the TALK hardware button. •...

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    Making a Call from Call History 1. On the Phone screen, select to display call history full screen. 2. Scroll to the desired number or contact. Press TALK to make a voice call; select Menu > Video call to make a video call. Making a Call from Contacts Do either of the following to make a call from Contacts: Voice Call.

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    4. Select Menu > Add to Speed Dial. 5. In Location, select the speed dial number to use. 6. Select OK when finished. NOTE: The first speed dial location is generally reserved for your voice mail. Speed Dial uses the next available location by default. If you want to place a number in a location that is already used, the new number replaces the existing number.

  • Page 41: Configuring The Phone

    4.2 Configuring the Phone Your wireless service provider may provide useful services such as Call Barring, Caller ID, Call Forwarding, Call Waiting, Voice Mail and Text Messages and Fixed Dialing. You can view and edit these settings from the Network. Activating PIN Security Most Subscriber Identity Module (SIM) cards are preset with a personal identification number (PIN) that is provided by your wireless service provider.

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    Blocking Incoming or Outgoing Calls 1. Select Start > Settings > Phone > Services tab. 2. Select Call Barring > Get Settings. 3. Choose the calls you want to block, and select OK. Block incoming calls: All calls, When roaming, •...

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    4.3 Voice Call In-Call Options The device provides various options for managing multiple calls at the same time. You are notified when you have another incoming call, and you have the choice of ignoring or accepting the call. If you are already on a call and accept the new call, you can choose to switch between the two callers, or set up a conference call between all three parties.

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    Conference Call 1. Put a call on hold and dial a second number or accept a second incoming call when you have one in progress. (To dial a second number, tap on the screen to put the first phone on hold, then tap or Keypad to dial a second number).

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    4.4 Video Call In-Call Options IMPORTANT:Not all service provider support video calling, please contact your service provider for details. When in a video call, you can see yourself and the person you are talking to showing on the screen at the same time. During the call, you can choose to turn off the camera or switch between the forward facing camera and the main camera.

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    Hands-free. If you use a Bluetooth headset, select Menu > Turn Hands-free • On/Off to switch between speaker and headset. Video Call Options You can show a still image while turning off the camera and assign a ringtone for video call. 1.

  • Page 47: Chapter 5 | Contacts & Messaging

    Chapter 5 | Contacts & Messaging...

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    5.1 Using Contacts In Contacts, you can store phone numbers, e-mail addresses, home addresses and any other information that relates to a contact (such as a birthday or an anniversary date). You can also add a picture or assign a specific ring tone to a contact. If you use Outlook on your PC, you can synchronize contacts between your phone and PC.

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    Select Ring Tone and select the ring tone you want to use for this contact. This • will allow you to know who is calling without having to look at the screen. Select Categories and select one of the options or create a new category. •...

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    5.2 Text Messaging Creating a Text Message 1. Select Start > Messaging > Text Messages. 2. Select Menu > New. 3. Enter the recipient’s text message number in the To field. Insert a semicolon (;) between multiple text message numbers. 4.

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    5.3 Multimedia Messaging Service Creating and sending Multimedia Message Service (MMS) messages to your friends and family is fun and easy. You can include text as well as existing or newly captured photos, video clips or audio before sending your MMS. MMS messages can be broken up into various slides, where each of the slides can be any combination of audio or video clip, an image and/or text.

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    Previewing a MMS Message You can preview an MMS message before sending it. 1. To preview your MMS message after composing it but before sending it, select Menu > Preview. 2. Select Done or Replay to dismiss or repeat the preview. Reading a MMS Message 1.

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    5.4 E-mail Setting up an E-mail Account Before you set up your Internet e-mail account, please ensure that you have the necessary information from your e-mail service provider. The kind of information you’ll need to have ready is tabulated below. Use this as a check-list before proceeding with the account set-up.

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    User name Your user name for the outgoing e-mail server. Password Your password for the outgoing e-mail server. Domain The domain name of the outgoing e-mail server. Require SSL A connection that enables you to send personal information more securely. Note that if connection (Outgoing you select this and your ISP does not support an SSL connection, you will not be able to mail server only)

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    Composing an E-mail Message 1. Select Start > Messaging. 2. Select an e-mail account to use. 3. Select Menu > New. This will bring up a new e-mail form. 4. Enter recipient e-mail addresses in the To, Cc and/or Bcc fields as necessary. Insert a semicolon (;) between multiple addresses.

  • Page 56: Using Sim Manager

    5.5 Using SIM Manager The SIM Manager allows you to manage the phonebook in your SIM card. Using the SIM Manager, you can easily transfer phonebook entries from your SIM card to Contacts. Adding a Phonebook Entry to the SIM Card Please note that SIM card contacts can store far less information than Outlook contacts.

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    Saving Contacts to SIM Card 1. Select Start > Programs > SIM Manager. 2. Select Menu > Contacts to SIM. 3. Select the phone type(s) from the Outlook Contacts and then select OK. 4. Select the contacts you want to save to SIM card by checking the checkboxes in front.

  • Page 58: Chapter 6 | Basic Applications

    Chapter 6 | Basic Applications...

  • Page 59: Using Calendar

    6.1 Using Calendar Use the Calendar application to schedule appointments, including meetings and other events. Your appointments for the day can be displayed on the Today screen. If you use Outlook on your PC, you can synchronize appointments between the device and PC.

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    Changing Calendar Views You can look at your appointments in Agenda, Day, Week, Month or Year view. To see detailed appointment information in any view, select the appointment. To see a list of available actions for an appointment, select and hold the appointment. 1.

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    6.2 Using Notes The Notes program helps you to quickly capture thoughts, questions, reminders, to-do lists and meeting notes. You can create handwritten and typed notes, record voice notes, convert handwritten notes to text for easy readability and send notes to others. Your notes and recordings are displayed in the note list.

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    Creating a Stand-alone Voice Recording 1. Select Start > Programs > Notes. 2. If the recording toolbar is not shown, select Menu > View Recording Toolbar. 3. Select the RECORD button on the recording toolbar and speak into the microphone to start a voice recording. 4.

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    6.3 Using Tasks Use Tasks to keep track of things you need to do. A task can occur once or repeatedly (recurring). You can set reminders for your tasks and you can organize them by using categories. Your tasks are displayed in a task list. Overdue tasks are displayed in red. If you use Outlook on your PC, you can synchronize tasks between the device and PC so that tasks you create or update on your PC will also be updated on the device and vice versa.

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    Deleting a Task 1. Select Start > Programs > Tasks. 2. Select the task, select Menu > Delete Task. Changing a Task 1. Select Start > Programs > Tasks. 2. Select an existing task and select Edit. 3. When finished making changes, select OK. Sorting/Filtering Your Tasks 1.

  • Page 65: Chapter 7 | Connecting To The Internet

    Chapter 7 | Connecting to the Internet...

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    7.1 Setting up Internet connections The device’s powerful networking capabilities allow you to access the Internet or your corporate network at work through telephony or wireless connections. Specifically, you can configure the device to establish a connection via GPRS/EDGE/HSPA, Dial-up and Wi-Fi, or set up a VPN or network Proxy. With an active connection on the device, you can browse the Web, download e-mails or use Windows Live Messenger.

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    5. In Access point name, enter the access point name and then select Next. Access point name will be provided by your carrier. 6. In User name, enter your user name for the GPRS network, if required. 7. In Password, enter a password, if required. This information is also provided by your network operator.

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    Creating a Proxy Connection Proxy connection lets you access the Internet through an intermediary IP address. You should gather all of the relevant information or network settings you need before starting this process. 1. Select Start > Settings > Connections tab > Connections. 2.

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    7.2 Using a Wi-Fi Connection Wi-Fi is wireless radio technology that allows you to access e-mail, the internet and broadband multimedia content. When the device encounters a hot-spot (a place where you can access Wi-Fi networks), it can then connect to that network wirelessly. While some hotspots are free, the most robust public Wi-Fi networks are provided by private internet service providers (ISPs) or wireless carriers, and using these networks will typically require payment of a connection fee.

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    Checking the Wi-Fi Connection You can check the current wireless connection status after connecting to a Wi-Fi Network. 1. Select Start > Settings > Connections tab > WiFi Network. 2. Information such as the SSID (the Wi-Fi network name) and the wireless network signal strength will be shown in a summary screen.

  • Page 71: Using Wireless Manager

    4. Enter required information, then select Next. 5. Select Use IEEE 802.1 x network access control to use EAP (Extensible Authentication Protocol). Select EAP type: PEAP or Smart Card or Certificate. 6. Select Finish. Editing a Wireless Network 1. Open Wireless Manager and then select Menu > Wi-Fi Settings. 2.

  • Page 72: Using Internet Explorer Mobile

    Enabling and Disabling a Wireless Feature The Wireless Manager allows you to turn connections on and off quickly and easily. 1. Phone: turn the phone on and off. 2. Bluetooth: turn Bluetooth on and off. 3. Wifi: turn wifi on and off. 4.

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    Deleting a Favorite 1. Select Start > Internet Explorer. 2. Select Favorites. 3. On the Add / Delete tab, select the favorite to delete. 4. Select the Delete button. 5. Select Yes to confirm the deletion. Changing the Size of Text on Web Pages 1.

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    Send a Link by E-mail 1. Select Start > Internet Explorer. 2. Go to the page you want to send. 3. Select Menu > Tools > Send Link. 4. The Messaging accounts list will appear. Select an account. 5. A new message will be created with the page address inserted in the message body.

  • Page 75: Chapter 8 | Transferring Files To And From The Device

    Chapter 8 | Transferring Files to and From the Device...

  • Page 76: Using Activesync And Windows Mobile Device Center, Transferring From Memory Cards

    You might need to transfer application data such as Word documents, Excel spread- sheets, PowerPoint slides and/or media files from your PC to the device and vice versa. This section describes different methods for transferring files to and from the device. 8.1 Using ActiveSync and Windows Mobile Device Center NOTE: To transfer files between PC and device, Windows XP users must first install Microsoft ActiveSync on the PC.

  • Page 77: Using Bluetooth

    4. File Explorer should display all the files stored in your memory card. Select and hold the file or folder you want to transfer and then select Copy from the pop-up menu. 5. From the Show list in File Explorer, choose the destination folder for the copied files.

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    5. Enter the same passcode on the other device (there will be a prompt to do so). 6. Select the service to use from the partner device, then select Finish. One of the most common examples of this is to choose the Microsoft ActiveSync service from the list of your PC’s available Bluetooth services.

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    Beaming an Item Once you create a partnership, the two partnered Bluetooth-enabled devices don't need to be discoverable to communicate. In Calendar, Contacts, Notes, Tasks and Pictures, you can beam files and information to other devices using Bluetooth. 1. Turn on Bluetooth. Select Start > Settings > Connections tab > Bluetooth > Mode tab.

  • Page 80: Chapter 9 | Other Applications

    Chapter 9 | Other Applications...

  • Page 81: Windows Live Messenger

    9.1 Windows Live Messenger You can send instant messages over the Internet with Windows Live Messenger. NOTE: The device must be connected to the Internet before you can start using Windows Live Messenger. To connect to the Internet, refer to “Chapter 7. Connecting to the Internet” for details.

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    Adding/Deleting a Windows Live Messenger Contact 1. Sign in to Windows Live Messenger. 2. Do any of the following: • To add a contact, select Menu > Add New Contact, then follow the on-screen instructions. • To delete a contact, select and hold the contact name in the Windows Live contact list, select View contact’s info >...

  • Page 83: Jetcet Pdf5

    9.2 JETCET PDF5 Opening a PDF File To open a file in JETCET PDF5, select the PDF file in File Explorer, or do the following: 1. Select Start > Programs > JETCET PDF5. 2. Select the file that you want to view. 3.

  • Page 84: Windows Media

    9.3 Windows Media The device comes with Windows Media Player pre-loaded, which allows you to play digital audio and video files stored locally or on a network. Transferring Music and Videos to the device If you want to store the media files to a storage card, insert a MicroSD card on the device before connecting the device to a PC.

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    Playing Media Files on the device 1. Select Menu > Library to open the Library screen. 2. Select a category (e.g. My Music > All Music). 3. Select an item, then select Play. 4. You can then use the following functions when playing audio or video files: : Display the video in full screen.

  • Page 86: Midlet Manager, Phone Profile

    9.4 MIDlet Manager A MIDlet is a Java program which can be downloaded from the Internet Explorer Mobile and work on the device. You can use MIDlet Manager to handle all Java files on the device, including download, installation, upgrade and deletion of MIDlets. Installing a MIDlet 1.

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    Editing a Profile 1. Select Start > Programs > Phone Profile. 2. Select a profile and then select Edit. 3. Select your preferred sound options for calls and messaging. 4. Select the Advance tab to set dial pad sound or auto-answering function. 5.

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    9.6 GPS A GPS (Global Positioning System) signal receiver is built in the device. You have to install a mapping software on the device to start navigating. Please follow the instruction of your mapping software to install it and use the navigation functions. You may need to specify the GPS hardware port when installing the mapping software.

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    Important Notice about Using GPS • The GPS is built and operated by the US Defense Department. The accuracy of location data may be affected by changes made by the Department. • GPS should not be used for precise location measurement. It can only be used as a navigation aid.

  • Page 90: Internet Sharing

    9.7 Internet Sharing With Internet Sharing, you can connect your PC or notebook to the Internet by using the device’s networking capability. NOTE: Please remember to install a valid SIM card and establish a GPRS or dial-up connection before using Internet Sharing. In order to use a USB cable connection, you have to install ActiveSync or WMDC on your PC (refer to chapter three).

  • Page 91: Backup/restore

    9.8 Backup/Restore It is advisable to make backups of your device data regularly in case important data is accidentally lost or damaged. You can restore your data from those backup copies as needed. Device data can be backed up to or be restored from the device storage or from a compatible memory card.

  • Page 92: Chapter 10 | Camera

    Chapter 10 | Camera...

  • Page 93: Taking A Picture

    10.1 Overview The built-in Camera application allows you to use the camera /microphone to capture videos and images. Your camera has the following features: Single image capture Time controlled capture Video capture Quality, size and file format options Special effects Advanced options including anti-flicker, storage location, reset counter To open the camera, press and hold the camera button on the side of the device.

  • Page 94: Settings And Options

    10.3 Taking a video 1. Press and hold the camera button to launch the camera application. 2. If the camera is in still capture mode, press the capture mode icon on the top left. 3. Position the device so that the image you want to capture is displayed on the screen. 4.

  • Page 95: Pictures And Videos

    Quality High, Low, Normal Turn on or turn off the GPS function. After GPS is connected, coordinate data will be added to photos you take. (To view GPS coordinates embedded in a photo, open the photo on your PC, right-click on the photo to see its information.) GPS on / GPS is connecting / GPS off...

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  • Page 97: System Information

    A.1 Specifications System Information Processor Qualcomm MSM7201, 400MHz Operating System Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional Memory 128 MB RAM 256 MB ROM Dimensions and Weight Dimensions 116 x 62 x 15 mm (4.57 x2.44 x0.60 inches) Weight 145 g (5.11oz) with battery Keys and Notifications Keys Jog ball...

  • Page 98: Battery And Power, Camera Module

    Display Type Transmissive Microreflective (TMR) TFT LCD with touch panel and backlight Size/Resolution 2.46’’ QVGA 320x240 65K colors Cellular connectivity Band GSM/GPRS/EDGE 850/900/1800/1900 MHz UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA 850/1900/2100 MHz UMTS up to 384k/384k Upload/Download HSDPA/HSUPA up to 7.2Mbps download/2Mbps upload System GSM/GPRS/EDGE class 12 supported Antenna Embedded (2G/3G all band, Wi-Fi, GPS, Bluetooth) Connectivity and Interface...

  • Page 99: A.2 Regulatory Notices

    To ensure continued reliable and safe operation of the device, use only the accessories listed below with your Pharos Traveler 127. The Battery Pack has been assigned a model number of Pharos Traveler 127. This product is intended for use with a certified Class 2 Limited Power Source, rated 5 Volts DC, maximum 1 Amp power supply unit.

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    ・ETSI EN 301 489-1 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); ElectroMagnetic Compatibility (EMC) standard for radio equipment and services; Part 1: Common technical requirements. ・ETSI EN 300 328 Electromagnetic compatibility and Radio spectrum Matters (ERM); Wideband Transmission systems; data transmission equipment operating in the 2.4 GHz ISM band and using spread spectrum modulation techniques.

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    Federal Communications Commission Notice This device complies with part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.

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    Exposure to Radio Frequency (RF) Signals Your wireless phone is a radio transmitter and receiver. It is designed and manufactured not to exceed the emission limits for exposure to radio frequency (RF) energy set by the Federal Communications Commission of the U.S. Government. These limits are part of comprehensive guidelines and establish permitted levels of RF energy for the general population.

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    The WEEE logo ( ) on the product and its accessories or on its box indicates that this product must not be disposed of or dumped with your other household waste. You are liable to dispose of all your electronic or electrical waste equipment by relocating over to the specified collection point for recycling of such hazardous waste.

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    A.3 PC Requirement to Run ActiveSync 4.5 To connect the device to a Windows PC running any Windows operating system prior to Windows Vista*, you must have Microsoft ® ActiveSync ® program installed on your PC. ActiveSync 4.5 is included in the Installation CD, which is compatible with the following operating systems and applications: ・Microsoft ®...

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